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  1. "Weapons of Mass Destruction": The Last Refuge of the Global Interventionist2021/02/27
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  2. India's Farming Reform: A Lesson in Interest Group Politics2021/02/27
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  3. The Omnipotent Power to Assassinate2021/02/26
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  4. Some Coloradoans Want to Break Off and Join Wyoming. They Should at Least Get to Vote On It.2021/02/26
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  5. Hormetics: A Principle of Health and Fitness, with Charlie Deist2021/02/26
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  6. Dr. Philipp Bagus on the Political Economy of Mass Hysteria2021/02/26
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  7. The Biggest Lies of the Impeachment Saga2021/02/25
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  8. Want More Entrepreneurship? Embrace Long-Term Legal Stability.2021/02/25

    Prudent economic calculation becomes more difficult as legal and regulatory regimes are subject to frequent changes and political upheaval. 

    Original Article: "Want More Entrepreneurship? Embrace Long-Term Legal Stability."

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  9. Could Gold Discoveries Cause the Austrian Boom-Bust Cycle?2021/02/25
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  10. Prohibition's Repeal: What Made FDR Popular2021/02/24
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  11. China Needs More Economic Freedom—Not a Bigger Welfare State2021/02/23

    Mainstream economists claim China needs more consumption and a bigger welfare state. They think China's high savings rate is a bad thing. These economists are wrong. 

    Original Article: "China Needs More Economic Freedom—Not a Bigger Welfare State"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  12. The High Cost of Using the Minimum Wage as a Form of Welfare2021/02/23
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  13. Mauricio Miller: Entrepreneurship as the Path Upwards from Anywhere, for Anyone2021/02/23
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  14. The Problem with the "Robber Baron" Narrative2021/02/22
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  15. Economists and Psychologists Are Weaponizing Psychology and the Idea of "Rationality"2021/02/20
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  16. The Fight over Economics Is a Fight over Culture2021/02/19

    Explaining good economic theory is about explaining how the other side is ripping you off.

    Original Article: "The Fight over Economics Is a Fight over Culture"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  17. Covid in Florida, Pennsylvania, Colorado: How 3 States Did Lockdowns2021/02/19

    Tho Bishop and Zachary Yost join Ryan McMaken to discuss covid politics in three states, and whether anyone is paying any attention to social distancing rules anymore. 

    Be sure to follow Radio Rothbard at Mises.org/RadioRothbard.
  18. Is Math Racist? That Does Not Compute2021/02/19
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  19. State-Mandated Vaccines Are a Moral Minefield2021/02/18

    Forcing one person to take medication or vaccines for the benefit of another person is directly opposed to basic notions of self-ownership and human rights. 

    Original Article: "State-Mandated Vaccines Are a Moral Minefield"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  20. Pennsylvanians May Amend Constitution to Stop Endless Lockdowns2021/02/18
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  21. Elise Amez-Droz: Those Treacherous "Essential" and "Nonessential" Labels2021/02/17
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  22. The NBA's National Anthem Mandate: Another Political Ploy from Pro Sports2021/02/16
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  23. How Markets Turn Lousy Products into Great Ones2021/02/16
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  24. Per Bylund: Austrian Economics is the Science of Business Success 2021/02/16
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  25. Why No State Needs Thousands of Nuclear Warheads2021/02/15

    The claim that the US needs an immense and varied nuclear arsenal "does serve one purpose: it keeps military budgets wondrously high."

    Original Article: "Why No State Needs Thousands of Nuclear Warheads"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  26. How Not to Argue against the Minimum Wage2021/02/15
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  27. Understanding Minimum Wage Mandates: Empirical Studies Aren't Enough2021/02/12
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  28. Jesús Huerta de Soto’s Six Stages of the Austrian Business Cycle: Which Stage Are We in Now?2021/02/12
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  29. Jeff Deist on the Scapegoating of Florida2021/02/12
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  30. Dr. Patrick Newman on Cronyism in America2021/02/12
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  31. The Burmese Mess Demonstrates the Incoherence of America's Crusades for Democracy2021/02/11
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  32. State Legislators Are Considering a Host of New Sound-Money Reforms2021/02/11

    More state lawmakers than ever are introducing sound money legislation in the opening days of the 2021 legislative session.

    Original Article: "State Legislators Are Considering a Host of New Sound-Money Reforms"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  33. How Wall Street Became an Enemy of Free Markets2021/02/11
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  34. The Trump Political Show Trial2021/02/10

    Trump would do well to ignore the Senate proceedings. There is no reason to participate in a show trial.

    Original Article: "The Trump Political Show Trial"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  35. How the Progressives Conquered Corporate America2021/02/09
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  36. Gold Could Offer a Way Out of Switzerland's Failing Inflationist Experiment2021/02/09
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  37. Professor Mohammad Keyhani on Generativity, The New Digital Pathway to Business Growth2021/02/09
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  38. Incitement Is Not a Real Crime2021/02/08
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  39. Title IX Will Become a Vehicle of More Injustice2021/02/08
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  40. A Penchant for Controlling Others2021/02/06

    These regulations have a clear message: "You don't know what is good for you so you must be forced to do what the government thinks is good for you."

    Original Article: "A Penchant for Controlling Others"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  41. The GameStop Saga Unravels Stakeholder Theory2021/02/06
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  42. US States Are Seizing More Power in the Name of "Deregulating" Housing2021/02/05
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  43. Biden Seeks to Finish off Struggling Business Owners2021/02/05
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  44. Jeff Deist on the GameStop Saga2021/02/05
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  45. Rothbard's <em>Case Against the Fed</em>2021/02/05
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  46. Digital Currencies Are Changing the Money Landscape2021/02/04

    From the dollar to bitcoin to Facebook's Diem, private monies and quasi monies are making the monetary landscape a lot more complicated.

    Original Article: "Digital Currencies Are Changing the Money Landscape"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  47. Pennsylvania's Lockdown Rules Were Arbitrary, Inconsistent, and Political2021/02/04
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  48. In Washington, Fake News Is Everywhere2021/02/04

    We're supposed to believe that with Trump gone, political discourse will now be more honest and accurate. The reality is the Washington establishment is built on lies and myths and conspiracy theories. Here are just a few of them, from Russiagate to government spending.

    Be sure to follow Radio Rothbard at Mises.org/RadioRothbard.
  49. Democrats Are Poised for a Federal Takeover of Elections in America2021/02/03
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  50. The Dollar's Reserve Currency Status Won't Last Forever2021/02/03
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  51. What to Expect from Bidenomics2021/02/02

    In order to prevent the economy sinking into a lasting state of stagnation, what is required is to reduce both government spending and government regulation, and to rein in the Fed.

    Original Article: "What to Expect from Bidenomics"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  52. Reminder: The Feds Control a Gargantuan Amount of Coastline Real Estate2021/02/02
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  53. Steven Phelan: Embrace Complexity, Pursue Continuous Innovation, Don’t Waste Time on Planning2021/02/02
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  54. Why the Utes Opposed Biden's Plans to Limit Oil Drilling2021/02/01

    This week's clash over federal attempts to control tribal drilling rights highlights the importance of tribal sovereignty in limiting federal power.

    Original Article: "Why the Utes Opposed Biden's Plans to Limit Oil Drilling"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  55. Terence Kealey on the Myths of Public Funding of Science2021/02/01
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  56. In a Paranoid Nation, "Treason" Is Everywhere2021/01/31
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  57. Compared to Europe and China, America Is Still a Safe Bet2021/01/31

    There's a lot of excessive optimism about the economy during the next four years in America. However, the US still comes out on top when compared to Europe and China.

    Original Article: "Compared to Europe and China, America Is Still a Safe Bet"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  58. Biden Nominee Rachel Levine Was a Disaster in Pennsylvania. Now She's Headed to Washington.2021/01/30
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  59. Don't Worry, "the Economists" Have Everything under Control2021/01/30
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  60. How to Join the Alt-Tech Exodus2021/01/29
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  61. When Fascism Comes, It Will Be Wearing a Mask2021/01/29
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  62. Rothbard's <em>America's Great Depression</em>2021/01/29
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  63. What Biden Has Planned for Us2021/01/28

    Ryan McMaken and Tho Bishop discuss some of the new policies the Biden administration wants to inflict on us, on topics ranging from Bitcoin to foreign policy.

    Be sure to follow Radio Rothbard at Mises.org/RadioRothbard.
  64. Yet Another Study Shows—Yet Again—That Lockdowns Don't Work2021/01/28
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  65. Why Americans Abandoned Smuggling in Favor of Lobbying and Welfare2021/01/28

    Colonial America was a society of smugglers and scofflaws who regarded government regulations as worthy of contempt. Twenty-first century America is quite different.

    Original Article: "Why Americans Abandoned Smuggling in Favor of Lobbying and Welfare"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  66. With Trump out of the Way, Suddenly We're Hearing Good News about Covid2021/01/27

    With Donald Trump safely out of the way, it is now safe for politicians and their friends in the media to begin scaling back their panicked hysteria over covid-19.

    Original Article: "With Trump out of the Way, Suddenly We're Hearing Good News about Covid"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  67. Is Gold Money?2021/01/27
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  68. The Myths behind the "Capitalism Is Racist" Claim2021/01/26

    Both theory and the empirical research shows a competitive marketplace is incongruous with racism, but the Left insists capitalism is "inherently" racist.

    Original Article: "The Myths Behind the "Capitalism Is Racist" Claim"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  69. "Victim-Centered" Justice Is a Threat to Due Process2021/01/26

    A guilty-until-proven-innocent mentality is winning at many colleges where a “believe the women” ideology dominates. Now these trends are making inroads into criminal justice even off-campus.

    Original Article: "Victim-Centered" Justice Is a Threat to Due Process"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  70. Dale Caldwell: Entrepreneur Zones Will Drive Accelerated Growth For Cities2021/01/26
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  71. Trump's Potential Legacy: 50 Million+ Enemies of the State2021/01/25
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  72. Time Preference, Interest Rates, and Stagflation2021/01/24

    As a result of past reckless fiscal and monetary policies the pool of real wealth could be declining. If so, stagflation will result.

    Original Article: "Time Preference, Interest Rates, and Stagflation"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  73. Why Governments Want More Centralization—and Less Federalism2021/01/24
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  74. The Unwelcome Return of the Real Purveyors of Violence2021/01/23

    It’s hard to be optimistic about a Biden administration with so many hyperinterventionist Obama retreads. Get ready for new wars and "regime change" operations.

    Original Article: "The Unwelcome Return of the Real Purveyors of Violence"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  75. Halfway to Secession: Unity on Foreign Policy, Disunity on Domestic Policy2021/01/23
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  76. Scott Horton on His New Book <em>Enough Already</em>2021/01/23
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  77. Why They Hate Trump So Deeply2021/01/22

    In the words of Ronald Reagan, here we go again.

    Original Article: "Why They Hate Trump So Deeply"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  78. What Biden/Harris Will Do2021/01/22

    Will Biden/Harris be a transformative administration?

    Original Article: "What Biden/Harris Will Do"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  79. Biden Can Now Launch the Nukes and Unleash World War III Whenever He Feels Like It2021/01/22
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  80. Politics Is about Perception Not Facts2021/01/22
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  81. Why the Covid Shutdowns of Public Schools Are Driving So Many to Homeschooling2021/01/21
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  82. Snowden and Assange: There Is Still Time for Trump to Do the Right Thing2021/01/21
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  83. Beware the Troop-Withdrawal Bait and Switch2021/01/20
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  84. Understanding Inequality Requires Much More Than Calling Everything Racist2021/01/19
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  85. Inflation Breeds Even More Inflation2021/01/19

    Mises's firm anti-inflation view—and his recommendation for a return to sound money (that is, free market money)—rested on his awareness of the disastrous consequences of an inflationary policy.

    Original Article: "Inflation Breeds Even More Inflation"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  86. Per Bylund: Silicon Valley Is Bad At Entrepreneurship. 2021/01/19
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  87. When It Comes to National Defense, Bigger Isn't Always Better2021/01/19
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  88. A World without Political Leaders?2021/01/18

    Manent insists that if political leaders don’t lead society, we will have a society that isn’t led by political leaders. So what?

    Original Article: "A World without Political Leaders?​​"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  89. What Does "Freedom" Mean? There Are Many Different Answers.2021/01/17
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  90. The Upside of Lockdowns: More Saving2021/01/17

    Rothbard: "At the outset of every step forward on the road to a more plentiful existence is saving….Without saving and capital accumulation there could not be any striving toward nonmaterial ends."

    Original Article: "The Upside of Lockdowns: More Saving​"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  91. David Andolfatto Defends the Fed2021/01/17
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  92. Politics Won't Fix the American Decline2021/01/16

    While it is popular and accurate to blame our societal elites for being inept, the truth is that these leaders, both political and cultural, are reflections of us.

    Original Article: "Politics Won't Fix the American Decline"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  93. There Is Money and Then There Are Money Substitutes2021/01/16

    The task at hand is the study of the problems of the determination of prices and interest rates. This task requires a sharp distinction between money-certificates and fiduciary media.

    Original Article: "There Is Money and Then There Are Money Substitutes​"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  94. Covid-19 and the Socialist Calculation Problem2021/01/16
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  95. Why Mainstream Economic Forecasts Are So Often Wrong2021/01/15

    Thanks to politics, confirmation bias, and bad monetary economics, central banks have a lousy record when it comes to economic forecasts.

    Original Article: "Why Mainstream Economic Forecasts Are So Often Wrong"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  96. Surviving Tech Purges: What We're Doing at the Mises Institute2021/01/15

    We will never water down our message to satisfy censors or maintain a particular platform; instead we will work around them.

    Original Article: "Surviving Tech Purges: What We're Doing at the Mises Institute"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  97. Low Rates and Limited Liability Mean Hot Markets2021/01/15
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  98. Guido Hülsmann on The Ethics of Money Production2021/01/15
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  99. The Capitol Riots and the Coming "Counterrevolution"2021/01/15
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  100. Fiscal Stimulus vs. Economic Growth2021/01/14

    We're told more government spending will get the economy back on track. But increasing government spending weaken the process of wealth creation. 

    Original Article: "Fiscal Stimulus vs. Economic Growth"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  101. California Is Worse Than You Think2021/01/14
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  102. The Truth about January 6, and Where We Should Go from Here2021/01/14

    What can be done now? President Trump should not urge us all to “come together.” Instead, he should support secession.

    Original Article: "The Truth about January 6, and Where We Should Go from Here​​"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  103. The "War On Terror" Comes Home2021/01/13

    It is partly an attempt to erase the Trump movement from the pages of history, but it is also an attempt to silence criticism of the emerging political consensus in the coming Biden era that may come from progressive or antiwar circles.

    Original Article: "The "War On Terror" Comes Home"

    Narrated by George Pickering.

     
  104. The Capitol Riot Wasn’t a Coup. It Wasn't Even Close.2021/01/13
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  105. Corporatism: Influential Farmers in India Oppose Profreedom Agricultural Reforms2021/01/13
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  106. Jeff Deist: Animating Economics to Serve Real People and Real Businesses2021/01/12
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  107. Why the Corporate Paradox of Thrift Isn't Really a Problem2021/01/12
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  108. A Just Society Is a Society Based on Political Liberty2021/01/12
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  109. Larry Summers Reminds Us That Federal "Stimulus" Mostly Exists to Help Wall Street2021/01/12

    For people who remain mystified as to how populists like Donald Trump get elected, they need not look much further than this.

    Original Article: "Larry Summers Reminds Us That Federal "Stimulus" Mostly Exists to Help Wall Street"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  110. The Cult of Smart2021/01/11

    The government spends vast amounts of money on educational programs that aim to give “equal opportunity” to those deemed disadvantaged, but there is little or no evidence that these programs achieve anything.

    Original Article: "The Cult of Smart"

    This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon. Narrated by Michael Stack.

     
  111. The Result of "Too Much Money": Asset Price Inflation and Inequality2021/01/11
  112. The Betrayal of the Canadian Liberals2021/01/10
  113. Wikipedia, Markets, and Collaboration2021/01/10
  114. No, We Don't Need a New New Deal2021/01/10
  115. California Now Wants to Tax People Who Live in Other States, Too2021/01/09
  116. Medical Errors and the Cult of Expertise in the Age of Covid2021/01/09
  117. Double Standards, Reparations, and War Crimes2021/01/09
  118. The Problems with Marx's Dialectic2021/01/08
  119. How Consumer Sovereignty and Entrepreneurship Work Together2021/01/08
  120. Why Trump Voters Don't Trust the People Who Count the Votes2021/01/08
  121. 2021: Welcome to Post-persuasion America2021/01/07
  122. Why Trumpism Might Bring a New Era for Political Parties2021/01/07
  123. MAGA Mobs the US Capitol: What Comes Next? 2021/01/07
  124. Why the 2020s Won't Be like the Roaring 20s2021/01/07
  125. If Congress Were Genuinely Interested in Democracy, They Would Welcome an Election Commission2021/01/07
  126. Scott Livengood Reframes Entrepreneurship for New Audiences2021/01/05
  127. Debating Socialism: The Seligman-Nearing Debate at 1002021/01/04
  128. Central Bank Digital Currency: A Primer2021/01/03
  129. The Fed Won't Save Us from the Growing Jobs Recession2021/01/03
  130. Yes, Privatization Makes Us Better Off2021/01/02
  131. The Angel Gabriel and Monetary Inflation2021/01/02
  132. The Case for Reading Books with Tom Woods2021/01/01
  133. 2021: Predictions for the New Year2021/01/01
  134. The Great Reset, Part II: Corporate Socialism2021/01/01
  135. 2021's Deficit Spending Is Already Out of Control. Here's Why That's a Problem. 2021/01/01
  136. Today's Negative Rates Are the Path to Poverty2020/12/30
  137. California Voters Defeated Affirmative Action and the Left Was Very Surprised2020/12/30
  138. Why It's Important to Make the Moral Case for Capitalism2020/12/29
  139. The Problem with Mandatory "Socially Responsible Investing"2020/12/29
  140. Mark Packard’s Empathic Mental Model for Predicting Future Customer Value2020/12/29
  141. Employment Discrimination at Starbucks Is a Matter for Private Contracts2020/12/28
  142. Pelosi's "Mandate": What "Consent of the Governed" Really Means2020/12/28
  143. The American Revolution Was a Culture War2020/12/25
  144. Rich Millennials Plot the End of Civilization2020/12/25
  145. Red and Blue States: It's Time for a Multistate Solution2020/12/24
  146. Bob Murphy Dissects the “Shopping Cart Theory” Allegedly Blowing Up the Case for Self-Governance2020/12/24
  147. New Perspectives on the Evils of War2020/12/24
  148. Ebenezer Scrooge: Hero or Villain? 2020/12/23
  149. Why the Marketplace Is Not a Zero-Sum Game2020/12/23
  150. The Managerial Revolution2020/12/23
  151. Mario Rizzo on His History with the Austrian School and the Economics of Time & Ignorance2020/12/23
  152. Jeff Deist on the Covid Stimulus Bill2020/12/22
  153. Feudalism and Cronyism in Machiavelli’s Italy2020/12/22
  154. How Austrian Is Your Business? Continuous Value Perception Monitoring Is One Measure.2020/12/22
  155. We’ll Know Trump Is a Fraud on Free Speech If He Doesn’t Pardon Assange2020/12/21
  156. Big Tech and the Sovereign Consumer2020/12/19
  157. The Marginal Revolutionaries2020/12/19
  158. Markets Aren't about "Using" People. Markets Help People Attain Their Goals. 2020/12/19
  159. Quantitative Methods in Economics Can Describe—but Not Explain—Events2020/12/19
  160. The Federal Reserve: What To Expect in 20212020/12/18
  161. The Weirdest, Most Distorted Economy Ever2020/12/18
  162. Marxists Dominate the Field of Literary Criticism. That's a Problem.2020/12/18
  163. Trump’s NDAA Veto Threat Should Force a Conversation on Defense Spending2020/12/16
  164. Vishal Gupta and the Nobel Prize For Entrepreneurship Research2020/12/15
  165. Colonialism Doesn't Explain the Developing World's Problems2020/12/14
  166. Central Banks Put Wind at Bitcoin's Back2020/12/12
  167. No Privacy, No Property: The World in 2030 According to the WEF2020/12/12
  168. Jeff Deist on Covid Bucks2020/12/11
  169. Why Beltway Conservatives Hate the Trump Populists2020/12/11
  170. Greece Is Setting Itself Up for Another Financial Crisis2020/12/11
  171. When Money Dies2020/12/11
  172. A Nation of Ratfinks2020/12/09
  173. Why the Electoral College Matters2020/12/09
  174. Slavery: The "Broken Window" of American Economic History2020/12/09
  175. Schools Are at the Core of the Left's Hegemony2020/12/09
  176. How To Make The Customer Your Boss 2020/12/08
  177. Climate Change Policy Isn't Worth Its High Cost2020/12/08
  178. Joe Biden Wants a Huge New Tax on Gun Owners2020/12/08
  179. "The E Stands for Excellence": A Tribute to Walter E. Williams2020/12/08
  180. Gad Saad on Mind Viruses, and the Evolutionary Explanation for SJWs2020/12/08
  181. The Education of the Modern Socialist2020/12/07
  182. There Is No Chinese Economic Miracle2020/12/07
  183. Stephen Senn: N-of-1 Trials and Beyond2020/12/06
  184. Taxation and Forced Labor2020/12/05
  185. Why Government Stimulus Sometimes Looks like It Revives the Economy2020/12/05
  186. Biden’s Covid "Supply Commander" Is Bad Medicine2020/12/05
  187. Explaining Kenneth Arrow's Impossibility Theorem for Social Choice2020/12/05
  188. Lockdowns Haven't Brought down Covid Mortality. But They Have Killed Millions of Jobs.2020/12/05
  189. Why Marx Never Figured Out How to Distribute Goods in a Socialist Society2020/12/04
  190. What Chile’s Vote to Change Its Constitution Means for Its Future2020/12/04
  191. Why GOP Loyalists and Candidates Keep Moving Left 2020/12/04
  192. Jeff Deist on Election Fraud and Shutdown Lunacy2020/12/04
  193. Dan McCarthy Trusts the People More Than the Elites2020/12/04
  194. The Absurdity of Lockdown 2.02020/12/03
  195. Per Bylund on The Seen, the Unseen, and the Unrealized2020/12/03
  196. The Myth of America as a "Reluctant Superpower"2020/12/03
  197. The Rise of Mega–Gambling Facilities: A New Skyscraper Curse?2020/12/03
  198. The Future of Trump's Populism2020/12/02
  199. Privacy, Power, Fiscal Policy, the Poor: Four Reasons to Worry about CBDCs2020/12/02
  200. Why Governments Hate Decentralization and "Local Control"2020/12/02
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